Official Imagery of the Air Jordan 11 "Space Jam" Has Finally Been Revealed

Let the “Space Jam” frenzy commence.

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The hype shall continue, as official images of the highly anticipated Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” have surfaced. Staying true to its original aesthetic, a subtle twist makes its way to the rear as its predicted number 23 is swapped out for Michael Jordan’s short-lived number 45. Its black patent leather stands out among its black dominated upper, resting atop of a clean white midsole. Closing things out you’ll find a translucent outsole as well as a small Jumpman logo placed on the lateral side of each heel.

The Air Jordan 11 “Space Jam” recently received an updated launch date of December 10 and will retail for $220 USD for adults, $170 USD for grade school, $90 USD for pre-school, $70 for toddlers and $55 for crib sizes. Take a look at its official image above and let us know if you plan on adding these to your personal collection or gifting them to someone for the holiday season.

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